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  • Latest: Dry Mouth At Night Can Promote Cavities And Bad Mouth

    Its Causes Can Be Low Production Od Saliva At Night, Certain Medication, And Even Sleep Apnea


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  • A Burning Sensation In The Tongue And He Lips Can Be Caused By The Burning Mouth Syndrome

    Other Symptoms Are IBS, Back Pain, Headaches, Panic Attacks And Ringing In The Ears

    There is a health condition, called burning mouth syndrome (BMS), which is usually more common in post-menopausal women. Its symptoms are burning on the tip, sides, and top of the tongue, roof of the mouth, and the inside surface of the lips, and an altered sensation of taste. It is caused by an abnormal behavior to some nerve fibers, which transmit pain without any reason. This can be triggered by menopause, mental conditions, TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders, and stress and anxiety. Other symptoms are a headache, shoulder pain, back pain, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), panic attacks, palpitations and ringing in the ears, among others. It can be treated with anti-anxiety medications and preventing the use of mouthwash and the ingestion of acidic foods. Click here for more information.


  • Receding Gums Can Result In Tooth Loss

    It Is Caused By Brushing Too Hard, Gum Disease, And By Tooth Grinding

    Oral health is oriented to preventing cavities through proper brushing, also preventing gum disease. Gums are the foundation of teeth. Therefore, even though teeth are well-maintained and free of cavities, if the tooth foundation is affected, the result will be poor oral health. Receding gums is a symptom of gum disease, which exposes the root of the teeth to harmful bacteria, making the teeth look longer. Among the symptoms are sensitivity, swollen gums, bleeding while brushing, and persistent bad breath. If untreated, it can result in tooth loss. The causes are brushing too hard, gum disease, and tooth grinding. More Information click here.


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  • How To Check For Bad Breath
  • Causes Of Bad Breath
  • Nose And Throat Infections
  • Tongue Scrapers
  • Keep The Mouth Moistened
  • Control Bacteria Growth
  • Over The Counter Medications (OTC)
  • When You Should Seek Medical Assistance
  • How Smokers Can Get Rid Of Bad Breath
  • Children That Have Bad Breath
  • What To Do When The Date Has Bad Breath
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Getting Rid Of Bad Breath After Eating Cheese It Is Caused By A Certain Type Of Bacteria That Digests Milk Solids Most people like the flavor of cheese, but do ...
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Bad Breath Smelling Like Feces Can Be The Symptom Of A Serious Condition It Is Related To Decomposed Bacteria, Including Gastric Issues Like Acid Reflux, Vomiting And Bowel Obstruction Bad ...
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  • Understanding Anorexia And Bulimia

    These Eating Disorders Can Lead To Extreme Fatigue, Acid Reflux, And Oral Health Problems

    Gum Disease, If Untreated, Can Lead To Cardiovascular Conditions

    This Occurs When The Patient Has Damaged Or Implanted Heart Valves, Or Damaged Tissues In The Endocardium

    Understanding The Causes Of Morning Headaches

    Among Them Are Sleep Apnea, Teeth Grinding, And Poor Neck Alignment

    A Tongue Piercing May Be Fashionable, But Has A High Risk Of Infection

    It Is Located In The Oral Cavity, One Of The Areas With Most Bacteria In The Body

    Certain Activities Must Be Avoided After Eating For A Proper Digestion

    These Can Lead To Acid Reflux, Bad Breath, And Insomnia


  • What Is To Know About Dental Implants

    They Decrease The Risk Of Cavities Of Adjacent Teeth, Allow Better Chewing, And Look More Natural

    New High-Tech Toothbrushes Claim A Deeper Cleaning And Gum Disease Treatment

    They Even Include An Alexa Speaker On The Base For Multitasking, Brushing Timer, And Oscillating Brushes, Which Are More Efficient Than Manual Cleaning

    Fluoride-Treated Water Decreased The Cavities In 60% And Significantly Lowered Dental Costs

    However, People Against This Practice Claim That Water Fluoride Is Different That Body Fluoride, And That Modern Toothpaste Have More Efficient Components

    Dry Mouth At Night Can Promote Cavities And Bad Mouth

    Its Causes Can Be Low Production Od Saliva At Night, Certain Medication, And Even Sleep Apnea

    Autism Related To Certain Behaviors, As Well As Medications, Related To Poor Oral Health

    Among Them Are Chewing Of Stones, Lip Biting, Associated With Swollen Gums And Cavities, And Teeth Grinding


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What Are The Causes Of Bad Breath?

Poor Hygiene

  • Decomposing food
  • Foul-smelling bacteria
  • Tonsil stones

Gastrointestinal Conditions

  • Acid reflux
  • Poor digestion
  • Food intolerance

Dry Mouth

  • Bacteria growing in dry environments
  • Absence of saliva
  • Sugary foods or drinks
  • Dehydration

Other Causes

  • Garlic and onion
  • Coffee, alcohol
  • Smoking
  • Heartburn
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  • Understanding Anorexia And Bulimia

    These Eating Disorders Can Lead To Extreme Fatigue, Acid Reflux, And Oral Health Problems

     

    Gum Disease, If Untreated, Can Lead To Cardiovascular Conditions

    This Occurs When The Patient Has Damaged Or Implanted Heart Valves, Or Damaged Tissues In The Endocardium

     

    Understanding The Causes Of Morning Headaches

    Among Them Are Sleep Apnea, Teeth Grinding, And Poor Neck Alignment

     

    A Tongue Piercing May Be Fashionable, But Has A High Risk Of Infection

    It Is Located In The Oral Cavity, One Of The Areas With Most Bacteria In The Body

     

    Certain Activities Must Be Avoided After Eating For A Proper Digestion

    These Can Lead To Acid Reflux, Bad Breath, And Insomnia

     

    What Is To Know About Dental Implants

    They Decrease The Risk Of Cavities Of Adjacent Teeth, Allow Better Chewing, And Look More Natural

     

    New High-Tech Toothbrushes Claim A Deeper Cleaning And Gum Disease Treatment

    They Even Include An Alexa Speaker On The Base For Multitasking, Brushing Timer, And Oscillating Brushes, Which Are More Efficient Than Manual Cleaning

     

    Fluoride-Treated Water Decreased The Cavities In 60% And Significantly Lowered Dental Costs

    However, People Against This Practice Claim That Water Fluoride Is Different That Body Fluoride, And That Modern Toothpaste Have More Efficient Components

     

    Dry Mouth At Night Can Promote Cavities And Bad Mouth

    Its Causes Can Be Low Production Od Saliva At Night, Certain Medication, And Even Sleep Apnea

     

    Autism Related To Certain Behaviors, As Well As Medications, Related To Poor Oral Health

    Among Them Are Chewing Of Stones, Lip Biting, Associated With Swollen Gums And Cavities, And Teeth Grinding

     


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  • A Burning Sensation In The Tongue And He Lips Can Be Caused By The Burning Mouth Syndrome

    Other Symptoms Are IBS, Back Pain, Headaches, Panic Attacks And Ringing In The Ears

    There is a health condition, called burning mouth syndrome (BMS), which is usually more common in post-menopausal women. Its symptoms are burning on the tip, sides, and top of the tongue, roof of the mouth, and the inside surface of the lips, and an altered sensation of taste. It is caused by an abnormal behavior to some nerve fibers, which transmit pain without any reason. This can be triggered by menopause, mental conditions, TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders, and stress and anxiety. Other symptoms are a headache, shoulder pain, back pain, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), panic attacks, palpitations and ringing in the ears, among others. It can be treated with anti-anxiety medications and preventing the use of mouthwash and the ingestion of acidic foods. Click here for more information.


  • Receding Gums Can Result In Tooth Loss

    It Is Caused By Brushing Too Hard, Gum Disease, And By Tooth Grinding

    Oral health is oriented to preventing cavities through proper brushing, also preventing gum disease. Gums are the foundation of teeth. Therefore, even though teeth are well-maintained and free of cavities, if the tooth foundation is affected, the result will be poor oral health. Receding gums is a symptom of gum disease, which exposes the root of the teeth to harmful bacteria, making the teeth look longer. Among the symptoms are sensitivity, swollen gums, bleeding while brushing, and persistent bad breath. If untreated, it can result in tooth loss. The causes are brushing too hard, gum disease, and tooth grinding. More Information click here.


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